Friday Night Chardonnay!

Hello all! At some point in your blogging life you come to realize where your talent lies and mine as 83,000 views would dictate is finding the best buttery chardonnay on the market at a fair price. Let’s face it, we chard-lovers love the butter, we crave the oak, and we do not care forContinue reading “Friday Night Chardonnay!”

Ten More Buttery Chardonnays for Under $20

I picked up my new favorite, Hob Nob Wicked Limited Edition Chardonnay from California, on a special price promotion for under $10.00. This is by far the best flavor value of the bunch.

Life Uncorked: Mastroberardino Historia 2000

  This weekend my husband, Nick, and I uncorked a bottle of Mastroberdadino Historia 2000, one of the wines we purchased at the Radici Resort and Spa in Mirabella Eclano, when my family visited there in July of 2009. Trust me, it is not often that we have an opportunity to drink a sixteen year oldContinue reading “Life Uncorked: Mastroberardino Historia 2000”

Chocolate, Wine & Dying Anyway? May as well enjoy ourselves!

Here’s hoping you enjoyed some red wine and dark chocolate yesterday in honor of St. Valentine’s Day! I know I did.   Like you, I chose to ignore reports like the the JAMA Network study Resveratrol Levels and All-Cause Mortality in Older Community-Dwelling Adults which indicates there may after all, not be any real health benefits ofContinue reading “Chocolate, Wine & Dying Anyway? May as well enjoy ourselves!”

Artistic in the District: Part Seven, A Strong Second Act!

  If you have ever dreamed of becoming an artist, it’s time to stop dreaming and start doing. Creating art is a wonderful hobby even if it never consumes your life, it can enhance your daily existence. As a former account executive, turned stay-at-home mom, turned writer, I know all about second acts and thirdContinue reading “Artistic in the District: Part Seven, A Strong Second Act!”

Artistic in the District: Part Four, The Calvert Arts Festival

    Finding two of my most favorite things in one place, wine and art, I ventured out with my family to the Wine and Arts Festival in Sunderland, Maryland this past mother’s day weekend. The festival took place at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Sunderland, Maryland. For a $15 fee, I was able toContinue reading “Artistic in the District: Part Four, The Calvert Arts Festival”

Ten Buttery Chardonnays for Under $20

Bringing you some feasible Friday fun with numbers…just in time for the weekend! Actually most of these wines are available for under $15, which is amazing considering the quality. Fans of the buttery, creamy variety will enjoy these ‘Fab Chards’! I like mine fruity, but on the dry side, with hints of vanilla and oak of course! AnyContinue reading “Ten Buttery Chardonnays for Under $20”

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